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The 18 year old Mika Rasoamaromaka who started rallying at age of 14 in Madagascar, on Sunday 17th July 2021 walked his talk after winning the Malagasy NRC round 2.

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Madagascar’s 18 year Mika Rasoamaromak makes statement in Antsirabe

The 18 year old Mika Rasoamaromaka who started rallying at age of 14 in Madagascar, on Sunday 17th July 2021 walked his talk after winning the Malagasy NRC round 2.

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Madagascar’s 18 year Mika Rasoamaromak makes statement in Antsirabe

The 18 year old Mika Rasoamaromaka who started rallying at age of 14 in Madagascar, on Sunday 17th July 2021 walked his talk after winning the Malagasy NRC round 2.

Rovanperä becomes youngest WRC winner with Rally Estonia victory

Rovanpera pushed his Toyota Yaris to victory in what was a sublime performance from Friday through to Sunday fending off any possible threats from Hyundai’s Craig Breen.

Early scare in WRC Estonia as Ott Tanak, Greensmith, Katsuta, Solberg and Huttunen retires

The Estonian went off into the fields and only later drove through the spectator's entry point to retire prematurely.

Battle of titans in Tanzania Oryx Energies Rally

Kenya will field in the biggest number of driversw totaling nine crews which will be led by Carl “flash” Tundo co-driven by long time partner Timothy Jossep in the VW Polo R5 sponsored by Minti Motorsport.